How to recruit a great software developer

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It’s a seller’s market for programmers. Demand for programmers and software engineers is expected to grow by 22 percent over the next seven years, according to research conducted by IT staffing firm, Modis. The average salary for a software developer is around $96,000 and top earners approach $150,000 per year, according to the U.S. Labor Department.

NOTE: For those wanting to enter the programming profession, DaVinci Coders is currently accepting applications for the 2016 courses. Small class sizes so seating is limited.

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Top 7 reasons you need to learn reactive programming

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 22 percent growth in programming jobs in by 2020.

Steve Jobs said, in the now infamous “Lost Interview,” “Everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think.” We all know that learning to code is one of the most hyped skills right now – and for good reason, considering the insatiable demand for developers.

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Why software developers are like artists

A team at MuleSoft created a video a few weeks ago describing what it’s like to be a developer at the company. James Donelan, VP of engineering at MuleSoft, noted in the video how developers are like artists. There are many reasons why there are similarities between developers and artists. These perceptions are based on observations in the workplace and personal experience, too.

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Codementor: An open marketplace where developers can ask experts for one-on-one programming help

Codementor

All programmers are familiar with this scenario: you are coding alone, only to have something go wrong and no one to ask for help. Codementor wants to help developers by providing an open marketplace where they can ask experts for one-on-one programming and design help.

 

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